Earth Sciences Brown Bag Seminar

Fall 2017

All Brown Bag Seminars are on Thursdays at 12:40-2:00 p.m. in James 254.  Feel free to bring your lunch.

September 14, 2017
Margaret Boettcher, UNH Earth Sciences
Title:  Mining-Induced Seismicity: The Importance of Tiny (and not so tiny) Earthquakes

September 21, 2017
Matt Davis, UNH Earth Sciences
Title - What Follows Fuel Oil?  Is Geothermal a Viable Alternative?

September 28, 2017
Tom Lippmann, UNH Earth Sciences
Title:  Modeling Current Magnitudes in an Energetic Tidal Estuary Under Storm Surge and Sea Level Rise

October, 5, 2017
Brian Jackson, Dartmouth Earth Sciences
Title:  Arsenic in the Food Supply

October 12, 2017
Joe Licciardi, UNH Earth Sciences
Title - Tracking Rates and Styles of Landscape Disturbance Using Cosmogenic Isotopes

October 19, 2017
Jill McDermott, Lehigh Earth and Environmental Sciences
Title:  Distinguishing Geochemical Signals of Life from Abiotic Processes in Hydrothermal Mixing Zones

October 26, 2017
Robert Letscher, UNH Earth Sciences
Title:  The Role of DOM in the Global Marine Carbon Cycle

November 2, 2017
Ryan Cassotto, UNH, NRESS, PhD Defense
Title:  Unraveling Short-Term Variations in Tidewater Glacier Flow:  Insights from Terrestrial Radar Interferometric Studies

November 9, 2017
Abby Carroll, UNH, NRESS
Title:  Understanding the Impacts of Extreme Global Warming Events on Early Mammals and Ecosystems

November 16, 2017
Pamela Moyer, UNH, NRESS
Title:  Spatial and Temporal Variations in Earthquake Stress Drop on Gofar Transform Fault, East Pacific Rise: Implications for Fault Strength

November 23, 2017
Thanksgiving, no seminar

November 30, 2017
Nell Campbell, UNH, ESRC
Title:  Connecting Field-to-Landscape Scales in Pasture Livestock Agroecosystems by Linking Experimental Research and Remote Sensing with Process-Based Ecosystem Modeling

December 7, 2017 - Will be held in James Hall, room 240
Pre-AGU Poster Session